Shadowlands: A Journey Through Lost Britain
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For cost savings, you can change your plan at any time online in the “Settings & Account” section. If you’d like to retain your premium access and save 20%, you can opt to pay annually at the end of the trial. To many Welsh people, the proposal was just one further example in a long history of English oppression. It had started with the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons, who had overcame the Brittonic kingdoms that had inhabited the island since the Iron Age, leaving only the ones that lived in the area we now call Wales. Under Henry VIII, the Brittonic language was banished from law courts, schools, palaces and mansions, forcing Welsh-speakers to learn English. Indeed, it was not until 1999 that Wales was granted its own parliament meaning that, when the issue of Capel Celyn’s future came to Westminster in 1962, the motion was passed overwhelmingly despite the nearly unanimous opposition of the Welsh MPs.
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Shadowlands: A Journey Through Britain's Lost Cities and Vanished Villages,” by Matthew Green (ISBN: 9780393635348), Publication Date: 19 Jul 2022, earns four stars for the narrative, but misses five stars because the book offers no maps and almost no photographs to support the riveting narrative, the addition of which would greatly help place the reader “there.”Matthew Green's enthusiasm is infectious and sometimes the detail feels exhaustive, but Shadowlands is a fascinating journey through place and time